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Sep 11, 2014

9/11 Prediction & Whistleblower! We Worked With Al Qaeda Up Till 9/11: The Alex Jones Channel.

9/11 Prediction & Whistleblower! We Worked With Al Qaeda Up Till 9/11

Published on Sep 11, 2014
Flashback interview from Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds ( about how she listen to and translated recordings that proved our government worked with Bin Laden and Al Qaeda up until the 9/11 attacks then we have Alex Jones from the Austin Access TV show from July 21st 2001 where he predicted the US would use Bin Laden as a patsy for a false flag terrorist attack.

U.S. Department of The Treasury | Press Release - September 11, 2014: Treasury Sanctions Mexican Attorneys and a Company Tied to the Illicit Activities of the Sinaloa Cartel.

Action Targets Three Individuals and a Company Linked to Rafael Caro Quintero and Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno
WASHINGTON –  The U.S. Department of the Treasury today announced the designation of three Mexican attorneys and one company as Specially Designated Narcotics Traffickers (SDNTs) pursuant to the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act) because of their links to major drug traffickers Rafael Caro Quintero and Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno (a.k.a. “El Azul”).  As a result of today’s action, all assets of those designated today that are based in the United States or are in control of U.S. persons are frozen, and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in transactions with them. 
“Narcotics traffickers often employ corrupt attorneys to disguise and advance their illicit activities,” said Adam J. Szubin, Director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control.  “We will continue to cut off the funding of any actors who enable the illegal dealings of drug trafficking organizations.”
Today’s action targets Jose Avina Bribiesca, Ignacio Gonzalez Hernandez, and Janette Iliana Gonzalez Linares, all of whom are attorneys based in Guadalajara, Mexico.  They act on behalf of the previously designated Mexican attorney Juvencio Igancio Gonzalez Parada, a longtime advisor to drug lords Rafael Caro Quintero and Juan Jose Esparragoza Moreno.  Gonzalez Parada has engaged in bribery and helps manage these drug traffickers’ illicitly obtained assets and properties.  Avina Bribiesca and Gonzalez Hernandez, the son-in-law and son of Gonzalez Parada respectively, along with Gonzalez Linares are involved in a range of activities, on behalf of the Caro Quintero and Esparragoza Moreno networks, including the management of real estate.  Additionally, Avina Bribiesca, Gonzalez Hernandez, and Gonzalez Linares hold official positions in the Guadalajara-based real estate company Bona-Habitat, which was also designated today because it is controlled by Gonzalez Parada.          
Caro Quintero and Esparragoza Moreno were identified as significant foreign narcotics traffickers pursuant to the Kingpin Act in 2000 and 2003, respectively.  Both are fugitives from U.S. drug trafficking charges.  Caro Quintero is also wanted for the 1985 kidnapping, torture, and murder of Enrique Camarena, a Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).  The U.S. State Department’s Narcotics Rewards Program is offering rewards of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Caro Quintero and Esparragoza Moreno.  In June 2014, uncorroborated rumors began to circulate concerning the possible death of Esparragoza Moreno.  However, Mexican officials have not been able to confirm these claims.   
Today’s designation was taken in close coordination with the DEA and is part of a larger effort to sanction Mexican drug trafficking organizations in collaboration with Mexican authorities. 
Since June 2000, more than 1,600 entities and individuals have been named pursuant to the Kingpin Act for their role in international narcotics trafficking.  Penalties for violations of the Kingpin Act range from civil penalties of up to $1.075 million per violation to more severe criminal penalties.  Criminal penalties for corporate officers may include up to 30 years in prison and fines up to $5 million.  Criminal fines for corporations may reach $10 million. Other individuals could face up to 10 years in prison and fines pursuant to Title 18 of the United States Code for criminal violations of the Kingpin Act.
To view a chart regarding today’s action, click here. 
For a complete listing of designations pursuant to the Kingpin Act, click here.

FTC | Final Amendments - September 11, 2014: FTC Issues Final Amendments to Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule.

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The Federal Trade Commission has issued final amendments to the Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule as part of its systematic review of all of the agency’s rules and guides.
The Rule, issued in 1975, requires mail and phone-based sellers to have a reasonable basis to expect that they can ship within any advertised time frame, or within 30 days. It also requires that, when the promised shipping time cannot be met, the seller must obtain the buyer’s consent to a shipping delay or refund payment for the unshipped merchandise.
In 2007, the FTC sought public comment on how the Rule could be amended to address changes in technology and commercial practices. Based on a review of comments received, in October 2011 the FTC proposed amendments to the Rule that would:
  • Clarify that the Rule covers orders placed over the Internet, and change the name of the Rule to the Mail, Internet, or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule;
  • Revise the Rule to allow sellers to provide refunds and refund notices to buyers by any means that is at least as fast and reliable as first-class mail;
  • Clarify sellers’ obligations when buyers use payment methods not spelled out in the Rule, such as debit cards or prepaid gift cards; and
  • Require that refunds be made within seven working days for purchases that were made using third-party credit, such as Visa or MasterCard cards. For credit sales where the seller is the creditor (such as merchants using their own store charge cards) the refund deadline would remain one billing cycle.
In April 2013, the FTC issued a staff report recommending that the Commission approve the proposed amendments and sought public comment on the report. The Commission received no comments. In the action announced today, the Commission has adopted the proposed amendments.
For information, read A Business Guide to the FTC's Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule.
The Commission vote approving the Notice amending the Mail or Telephone Order Merchandise Rule was 5-0. The changes will become effective 75 days after the notice is published in the Federal Register. (FTC File No. P924214; the staff contact is Jock K. Chung, Bureau of Consumer Protection, 202-326-2984)
The Federal Trade Commission works for consumers to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices and to provide information to help spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint in English or Spanish, visit the FTC’s online Complaint Assistant or call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357). The FTC enters complaints into Consumer Sentinel, a secure, online database available to more than 2,000 civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. The FTC’s website provides free information on a variety of consumer topics. Like the FTC on Facebook, follow us onTwitter, and subscribe to press releases for the latest FTC news and resources.

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FRB of NY - Agency MBS Transaction Summary From September 4 through September 10, 2014.

Agency MBS Transaction Summary
Gross purchases from September 4 through September 10: $6,635 million
Sales (dollar rolls) from September 4 through September 10: $0 million
Net purchases from September 4 through September 10: $6,635 million

All amounts reflect current face
Purchases summarize all trades executed during the indicated period including purchases associated with dollar rolls.*
Transactions ($ million)
Settlement Month
30 Year
15 Year
Total  2,0212,62001,994
*Does not include trades associated with small value exercises.

WSJ | Biggest Gainers Closing on September 11, 2014.

Biggest Gainers Closing
Biggest Gainers
4:31 pm ET 09/11/2014
Vail Resorts (MTN)1,110,758$85.758.9811.70
NeoPhotonics (NPTN)317,3673.000.3011.11
Rubicon Project (RUBI)489,31410.921.0110.19
Taminco (TAM)4,866,78826.212.339.76
Nuverra Environmental Solutions (NES)629,78314.931.329.70
Turquoise Hill Resources (TRQ)10,869,3933.800.277.65
Gigamon (GIMO)528,30211.510.767.07
Vitamin Shoppe (VSI)1,935,06343.772.826.89
Sprint (S)79,162,5836.570.426.83
Adeptus Health (ADPT)77,76027.851.776.79
Quad/Graphics (QUAD)197,71622.711.446.77
Jumei International Holding ADS (JMEI)1,742,69227.531.716.62
Newpark Resources (NR)1,467,45512.930.735.98
HHGregg (HGG)316,5046.740.385.97
China Cord Blood (CO)85,1545.360.295.72
Rudolph Technologies (RTEC)157,0459.670.464.99
Globus Medical (GMED)1,195,94019.920.924.84
Vocera Communications (VCRA)368,9108.490.394.81
United States Steel (X)7,688,05140.201.824.74
Advantest Corp ADS (ATE)35,56712.700.574.70
GFI Group (GFIG)1,468,8755.900.264.61
Miller Energy Resources (MILL)402,9254.560.204.59
McEwen Mining (MUX)1,818,9192.510.114.58
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (KKD)1,060,97217.820.754.39
Phoenix New Media Cl A ADS (FENG)781,6789.950.414.30
Misonix (MSON)305,633$9.151.7523.65
lululemon athletica (LULU)28,180,82343.735.3413.91
Immune Design (IMDZ)103,52313.781.5812.95
Rocket Fuel (FUEL)1,168,46816.291.7411.96
Radnet (RDNT)2,299,5227.870.7911.16
Koss (KOSS)46,1792.240.2110.34
JDS Uniphase (JDSU)28,506,72313.361.2510.33
Gogo (GOGO)4,583,23118.581.609.42
Transcat (TRNS)9,9519.570.809.12
Sigma Designs (SIGM)1,453,9835.440.448.80
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals (AUXL)2,649,67922.921.818.57
Albany Molecular Research (AMRI)790,07821.871.698.37
Rockwell Medical (RMTI)634,23810.090.778.26
Aixtron SE ADS (AIXG)130,31713.450.957.60
TiVo (TIVO)4,665,52714.060.977.41
Lincoln Educational Services (LINC)96,4563.130.217.19
XOMA (XOMA)2,702,3534.850.327.18
China Mobile Games&Entertainment Group ADS (CMGE)969,66724.621.637.09
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW)825,94536.372.397.03
MediWound (MDWD)69,3017.330.487.01
Senomyx (SNMX)1,088,5669.670.636.97
Mitcham Industries (MIND)130,83011.560.746.84
CoStar Group (CSGP)542,373157.9610.096.82
The Bancorp (TBBK)379,4939.690.606.60
GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT)18,736,14513.610.836.49
ELEMENTS ETN-SPECTRUM Large Cap U.S. TR (EEH)11,613$33.903.4411.29
VelocityShares 3x Inverse Natural Gas ETN linked to the S&P GSCI Natural Gas Index Excess Return (DGAZ)10,439,6044.390.327.84
Direxion Daily Russia Bear 3x Shares (RUSS)342,01711.610.817.50
Direxion Daily Junior Gold Miners Index Bull 3X Shares (JNUG)5,059,76918.211.086.30
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Natural Gas (KOLD)51,45852.482.565.13
VelocityShares 3x Long Crude ETN (UWTI)26,56727.861.114.15
ProShares UltraPro Short Financials (FINZ)5,75329.040.822.91
ProSharesUltraShortSilver (ZSL)54,61590.192.502.85
ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil (UCO)1,092,04130.910.782.59
iPath DJ-UBS Coffee Subindex Total Return ETN (JO)81,67334.970.812.37
Market Vectors Junior Gold Minets ETF (GDXJ)12,414,63238.490.892.37
iPath Dow Jones -UBS Coffee Subindex Total return Coll ETN (CAFE)2,47323.060.532.37
ProShares Ultra Utilities (UPW)2,16488.811.802.07
Direxion Daily Emerging Markets Bear 3x Shares (EDZ)1,632,58929.170.592.06
ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg Commodity (CMD)2,10265.391.231.92
Direxion Daily Small Cap Bull 3x Shares (TNA)6,268,15376.691.401.86
PowerShares DB 3x Long US Dollar Index Futures ETN (UUPT)3,26822.600.401.82
ProShares UltraPro Russell2000 (URTY)238,65887.941.531.77
Direxion Daily Gold Miners Bull 3x Shares (NUGT)5,183,78133.930.581.74
ProShares UltraShort MSCI Emerging Markets (EEV)35,31616.610.281.71
ProShares UltraShort Australian Dollar (CROC)2,90542.660.691.66
ProShares UltraShort Consumer Services (SCC)13,02215.880.241.53
Direxion Daily Developed Markets Bear 3x Shares (DPK)6,26030.200.451.51
iPath Goldman Sachs Crude Oil Total Return Index ETN (OIL)300,62722.670.331.48
Direxion Daily Mid Cap Bull 3x Shares (MIDU)26,32396.001.361.44
Energy Focus (EFOI)3,686,474$8.262.4141.20
Good Times Restaurants (GTIM)594,9094.960.9924.94
Misonix (MSON)305,6339.151.7523.65
Ascent Solar Technologies (ASTI)1,376,0953.310.5921.87
SinoCoking&Coke Chemical Industries (SCOK)19,091,1006.290.9016.74
lululemon athletica (LULU)28,180,82343.735.3413.91
Immune Design (IMDZ)103,52313.781.5812.95
Rocket Fuel (FUEL)1,168,46816.291.7411.96
Vail Resorts (MTN)1,110,75885.758.9811.70
EnerJex Resources (ENRJ)9,1117.700.8011.59
ELEMENTS ETN-SPECTRUM Large Cap U.S. TR (EEH)11,61333.903.4411.29
Radnet (RDNT)2,299,5227.870.7911.16
NeoPhotonics (NPTN)317,3673.000.3011.11
BioFuel Energy (BIOF)455,61511.391.0710.37
Koss (KOSS)46,1792.240.2110.34
JDS Uniphase (JDSU)28,506,72313.361.2510.33
Rubicon Project (RUBI)489,31410.921.0110.19
Taminco (TAM)4,866,78826.212.339.76
Nuverra Environmental Solutions (NES)629,78314.931.329.70
Lands' End (LE)2,633,31644.023.829.50
Gogo (GOGO)4,583,23118.581.609.42
Akers Biosciences (AKER)88,5184.970.429.23
Transcat (TRNS)9,9519.570.809.12
Sigma Designs (SIGM)1,453,9835.440.448.80
Auxilium Pharmaceuticals (AUXL)2,649,67922.921.818.57
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Includes common, closed end funds, ETFs, ETNs and REITS with prior day close of $2 a share or higher, with volume of at least 2,000.
x - stock is trading ex-dividend
Source: WSJ Market Data Group